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SEPTA Trolley Operator Ignores Appeal for Help of Youth
Stuck with Hypodermic Needle
Teen Stuck With Needle On Trolley
NBC Ten News Philadelphia
Lekigee said the needle was long with a red top. He said it was sitting on
a seat in the trolley that he and other students ride every day in North
He said he got scared when he saw he was bleeding.
"I thought I was going to get something," the boy said.
Washington took her son to Temple Hospital to have him tested. She's
worried about her son's health, but said she's upset that the trolley
driver did nothing to help her son.
SEPTA officials told NBC10 they are investigating the case.
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